Biomorphs Can't Take Cyberbrain

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Biomorphs Can't Take Cyberbrain

I thought the books were pretty clear that you could.

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I think there is a specific

I think there is a specific augmentation. Can't recall which one.

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They're a morph variant, not

They're a morph variant, not an augmentation, from Rimward page 188-89.

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Cyberbrain Listing

From Page 307 of the Core Book

Cybernetic brains are where the ego (or controlling
AI) resides in synthmorphs and pods. Modeled on
biological brains, cyberbrains have a holistic architecture
and serve as the command node and central processing
point for sensory input and decision-making.
Only one ego or AI may “inhabit” a cyberbrain at a
time; to accommodate extras, mesh inserts (p. 300)
or a ghostrider module (p. 307) must be used. Since
cyberbrains store memories digitally, they have the
equivalent of mnemonic augmentation (p. 307).
They also have a built-in puppet sock (p. 307) and
may be remote-controlled, though this option
may be removed by those who value their security.
Cyberbrains are vulnerable to cyberbrain hacking
(p. 261) and other forms of electronic infiltration/
attack. Cyberbrains come equipped with two or more
pairs of external access jacks (p. 306), usually located
at the base of the skull, which allow for direct wired
connections. [Moderate, but included for free in all
synthetic morphs and pods]

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Also, Wrong Character Generator

I thought singularity was the browser based character generator listed here:

But apparently that's not the case